T-Mobile will get 41Mbps HSPA+ in 2011

By: t-marco July 6th, 2010

During the last Manager meeting held in Seattle, T-Mobile representative announced that the magenta will be reaching up to 41Mbps on its HSPA+ Network.  Right now, in some markets, T-Mobile offers 21Mbps data speed. But in 2011 it will reach up to 41Mbps,which would allow them to not have to switch to a new 4G technology to compete with Verizon’s LTE network due out at the end of 2011. Don’t forget a new USB Modem  The WebConnect Rocket 2.0 is coming soon

The other benefit of HSPA+ is that all HSDPA devices (all of T-Mobile’s Android line up as well as the majority of their other phones) will all get a nice speed increase, unlike WiMax/LTE that you will need to buy a special LTE/WiMax phone for.

Go! T-Mobile, you can make it even faster !!

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9 Responses to “T-Mobile will get 41Mbps HSPA+ in 2011”

  1. 4G what? Tmo pushing ahead with 41Mbps HSPA+ for 2011 | Gadgetsteria on July 6th, 2010 5:37 pm


    [...] their network will finally be boast worthy. If only they'd get some hardware that I really wanted. CellphoneSignal > HexusCommentsThere are no comments yet on 4G what? Tmo pushing ahead with 41Mbps HSPA+ for [...]

  2. @Ac3of2pade2 on July 6th, 2010 11:36 pm


    Can't wait to be on those speeds

  3. user on July 7th, 2010 4:06 am


    joke! the service in chicagoland is horrible!!!

  4. @ordxpres on July 10th, 2010 6:23 am


    Call T-Mobile and ask them for a credit on your account due to poor network speeds and dropped calls. Tell them it's been going on for about 3-4 weeks. If you go to North / Damen – you'll clock in at 7.2 Mbps if your phone is capable of those speeds. I have Nokia N900 and I'm with you…it's simply down the drain. When I called tech support, the guy said it's due to network updates going on and said that within 4 or so weeks we should see quadruple speeds so I'm thinking they're working on 21Mbps HSPA+

  5. @Sprint and @TMobile_USA could merge #mobilenew media brief.TV | new media brief.TV on July 16th, 2010 3:35 pm


    [...] the U.S. market cannot support four competitive national operators. T-Mobile currently has the fastest 3G wireless network in the market, but its coverage is smaller than any other major operator, and like Sprint it [...]

  6. Dane Little on May 26th, 2011 6:24 pm


    will the new H.t.c. sensation smartphone be capable of what downloading speeds when it comes out in June 8th?and can this phone be used as a modemn for my Laptop?I would greatly appreciate it if you would please answer my qwestions. Thank’s,Dane…

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    T-Mobile Will Lie To You In A Heart Beat! They Clain To Have All Of This High Speed 3G and 4G But When You Call Them To Complain They Must Be Advised To Tell You We Are Working Or Upgrading The Network…..

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